Introducing ArcGIS Velocity - Esri’s new, cloud native capability to analyze real-time and high-volume geospatial data

ArcGIS Velocity allows users to easily ingest, process, visualize, and analyze real time data feeds, store those accumulated feeds as big data, and do fast queries and analysis of the data. Its highly scalable Kubernetes-based architecture enables processing of massive volumes and speed of geospatial data not previously possible. Via a simple drag-and-drop interface, users can create dynamic processing pipelines that combine functions from a rich library of fast spatial operations. These include geo-fencing, buffering, pattern detection, spatial aggregation, geo-enrichment, and proximity assessment.  These hosted analytics can also automate output actions, like sending an alert or pushing commands to business systems.

Learn how to apply ArcGIS Velocity to make essential operational decisions with IoT data:

  • Set up a real-time feed in Velocity in few quick steps. See how the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) explored tracking thousands of moving vehicles and assets carrying hazardous waste.
  • Perform real-time and big-data analytics without writing a single line of code. Find how to leverage geofencing, incident detection and pattern analysis. For example, the DTSC can ensure that a safe distance is maintained between hazmat trucks and sensitive locations such as schools and hospitals. 
  • Share time-critical information with personnel quickly with alerts such as mail or messages. Directly publish results as GIS maps and data services for use across your ArcGIS enterprise. 

Who should attend?

  • Anyone interested in leveraging IoT data for location intelligence
  • GIS Analysts and Managers
  • Asset or Facility Managers
  • Operations Officers
  • Data Analysts and Scientists

About Esri

Esri is the market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, location intelligence, and mapping. Its technology combines the science of geography with the power of GIS—think high-tech maps—to make the world work better. By enabling customers to design more efficient cities, deliver clean water and electricity, fight crime, slow climate change, and stamp out disease, Esri is helping create the maps that run the world and shape the future.

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